Rabbits can become ill very quickly so vigilance is the key, if you notice any of the following symptoms you should contact your vet immediately as they could be the sign of something worse.
Sneezing can be a sign of pasturella and should be checked asap as early treatment is key, especially if you notice discharge from the nose.
Sore Eyes are often a sign of teeth problems, if your rabbits eyes start watering its a good idea to get your vet to check its teeth.
Diarrhoea is defiantly not a good thing for a bunny as they can go downhill very quickly, rapid treatment is vital if your bunny is to survive.
Lethargic if your rabbit becomes uncharacteristically quiet or laid out it may be a sign of something more underlying keep a very close eye on your bunny and seek vet advice it you are worried.
Not eating rabbits must eat to keep their systems moving, if your rabbit goes off its food offer tempting fresh food, if it refuses mix up some science recovery formula and syringe feed each hour.
Not pooing means your rabbit may be blocked up this is very dangerous for rabbits and if your bun has not pooed for 24 hours you should seek vet advice immediately to relieve the blockage.
Out of Sorts sometimes the only warning of ill heath i if your rabbit is not itself a change in personality or behaviour can be an indicator of something more serious.